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#33 Ferry Avenue,
Detroit, Michigan,
April 26th, 1904.

Dear Mr. Burrell:--

Your kind letter of the 14th of April reached me this morning, and in reply, I beg to say that I feel very confident that the sum I could appropriate for the purchase of the "The Fur Jacket" would be less than you would care to entertain, so I beg to be excused form naming it in a letter.

I expect to be in Scotland sometime between May 15th and 20th, and if you are in Glasgow at that time, I will be pleased to call upon you, and we can then talk the matter over together.

You are very well, I hope.

With kind regards,

Yours very truly,

Charles L. Freer

William Burrell, Esq.,
#54 George Square,

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